Travel Blogs from Moscow
... 4x4 kombi – called a Furgon. The vehicle was out of the “Arabian Nights” - the inside roof was padded with bright orange shiny fake leather (with buttons), the seats were red and orange, the curtains were shiny green – with gold tasseled braid all over. There were heavily patterned carpets – and a final touch, a bright blanket tossed over our seat!!! No seatbelts were in evidence! The roads are quite ...
... are only portrayed in the movies, I mean a chambermaid!! You may laugh but during my last visit to the Russian capital in 1985 when it was the main city of the Soviet Socialist Republic, all hotel corridors were dimly lit with no more than a 5 watt bulb. The décor was a mixture or browns and greys. At the end of each corridor there was a desk and behind the desk sat an old lady. They were always old (or gave that impression from the hefty demeanour and dowdy ...
... you have barcode? We will make work" in reference to my uk one. Registering is easy enough, though google translate wouldn't let me click the registration link to I guessed and translated odd words on the registration page. Actually the FAQ, which you can click from the translation page, explains the registration page, but in case you want to know, the fields are; email, forename, surname, sex, date of birth, password/confirm password. Took me three goes, as the two ...
... body is not wax. It is all over in a flash but has quite an affect. It did make me wonder that like Jurassic Park whether DNA could bring him to life in the future. I imagine it would be quite a shock to him if he is not already turning in his tomb.
We then penetrated the forbidding red brick wall of the Kremlin. In this city within a city, every church & ...
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